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What can You Do? (On a Rainy Day)

What Can You Do? (On a Rainy Day)

This morning in a Primary class (for children 3-6 years old) we were. . .

. . .tracing different shapes. . .

. . .tracing different shapes. . .

. . .making nice red "verb" symbols over every verb we could write. . .

. . .making nice red “action word” symbols over every action word we could recall. . .

. . . getting a lesson on Words that Tie Things Together with a friend. . .

. . . getting a lesson on “Words that Tie Things Together” with a friend. . .

. . .polishing a little elephant made of wood. . .

. . .polishing a little elephant made of wood. . .

. . .practicing the names and locations of all of our states. . .

. . .practicing the names and locations of all of our states. . .

. . .polishing a mirror--and looking into it. . .

. . .polishing a mirror–and looking into it. . .

. . .writing a long list of synonyms. . .

. . .writing a long list of synonyms. . .

. . .and. . .

. . .painting on the easel with some nice red paint and cleaning it all up!

. . .painting on the easel with some nice red paint and cleaning it all up!

It’s a good day to do a lot of things.  Maybe even look for raindrops slowly falling from the leaves outside.

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2017-11-14T22:22:39+00:00By |Classroom Stories, Early Education, Primary|